After a one year return to Los Angeles, the MTV Video Music Awards will move back to Gotham and into the Met, one of the world's greatest opera houses.
J.J. Abrams, co-creator and exec producer of the WB Network's much-praised drama "Felicity," has inked a rich four-year development deal with Disney's Touchstone TV worth an estimated $16 million.
"NBC Nightly News" will end the 1998-99 season in first place by virtually all measurements, overcoming a solid challenge from ABC's "World News Tonight" and the Peacock web's primetime Nielsen slide.
It took Ralph Ellison four decades to pen "Juneteenth," the follow-up to his classic novel "Invisible Man," but it took just two months for it to shape up into an impressive film package.
Columbia TriStar Intl. Television has named Martha Eberts and George Davis to the newly created posts of VP, Intl. Networks in support of that department's rapid growth.
NBC primetime series VP exec John Landgraf has been named president of Jersey Television, which has a first-look deal at 20th Century Fox TV.
Green/Epstein/Bacino Prods. has retained entertainment attorney and international financial specialist Jill Sattinger to serve as global finance, distribution and co-production consultant for the…
Six-year-old literary and talent agency Paradigm has announced the addition of four agents to its L.A. offices.
Smokey Robinson, one of architects of the Motowen sound, and Ahmet Ertegun, founder and co-chairman of Atlantic Records, received lifetime achievement awards from the Emerging Artists and Talent in…
It's taken CBS five years to climb back to the top of the ratings hill, but the next battle may be even tougher -- convincing Madison Avenue that its accomplishment means something.